Military Children Serve, Too

Serving in the military is more than just a job. It’s a way of life. And it affects the entire family. After more than 16 years into our longest war, many military families are growing weary.

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The Well-Being of Military Families

On Tuesday April 24, one of the Cohen Veterans Network’s own, Silver Spring, MD Cohen Clinic Director Tracy Neal-Walden chaired a panel as part of her role on the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Committee on the Well-being…

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FOCUSING ON OUR KIDS DURING THE MONTH OF THE MILITARY CHILD

April is the Month of the Military Child. Each year the Department of Defense honors military children and recognizes the role they play in their parent’s service. Here at the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic in Dallas, we recognize the impact of children in the life of our veterans as well.

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Understanding the Experiences of Military Children

In their short lives, both of my children have experienced separation from their father for longer than 6 months. Though he’s not always in a war zone, it still affects them. They also have no clue where he is other than that he is at work.

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The Life of a Military Child

The hardest part of this life is explaining the time and distance to our children. Their bright, shiny eyes see the days as an eternity. When my four-year-old sees a stack of clean uniforms sitting on the table and asks, “Is daddy working forever today or just a tiny bit?” it breaks my heart.

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